The reason they're allowing client edits is because they can't fairly enforce it unless the user videos/streams/screenshots themselves doing it.
But portal casting with intent falls under the exact same problems, by Campitor's own admission,
[...] My real concern as player/producer is that this may be a rule that only affects those who live stream as it is otherwise very hard to prove intention on a portal cast.
but that affects all of about.... idk how many people stream iRO WoE? Two? If even two.
Please note the phrasing on the prohibition. It is the intentional portal casting what this means is the test is far higher than merely having portal casted or having the appearance of portal casting. The evidence should prove an intentional decision to repeatably portal cast. The GMs should not be banning in the situation provided.
And I can tell you first hand this is literally bs. They should not be but they will be.
Valhalla obviously has many guilds and recallers (vaihalla vaihaiia etc) and I own most but not all. They all have different emblems for purposes of knowing if we're in the right one, etc. It's a lot easier to identify "the purple one" or "the red one" than "the sinx one" or "The other sinx one"
And by occasion, we'll have someone wandering around in one of the alts guilds, owned by me or not, because they don't want to get recalled, because they logged on late, because they're emo, because they want to econ raid things.... whatever.
A couple of months ago I soloyolo'd an alliance. On my recaller sinx. In the purple guild. Someone else then wandered in on the alt guild and soloyolo'd them. They got sad and got reported, I got suspended for using a different emblem to the one I had... not realizing what guild they were in or even if they did it.
So don't ask me or anyone else to have faith in the GM team and what they "should" do.
You're talking to someone who's got a ticket going on for pages arguing about being suspended because of a client error and until the GM team sucks it up and accepts what happened, this argument I'm having with them, that they want me to have here, with you, is going to go on forever because I do not want to see anyone else get the same bs treatment.
so no "they should not" - they do. And they justify it.